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Canadian Social Work Review

The Canadian Social Work Review / Revue canadienne de service social is a biannual, bilingual scholarly journal. Its purpose is to advance social work scholarship, practice and education in Canada by publishing original research and critical analysis that enriches or challenges existing knowledge.

WHAT’S NEW:
Open Call for Papers
The CSWR welcomes articles of analytic and empirical merit (between 4,500 and 6,000 words) in either English or French.  Submission Guidelines 

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We are pleased to announce that future issues of the journal will be made available to you electronically through Érudit, a bilingual, electronic dissemination platform for Canadian scholarly publications. Click here for subscription information.

CURRENT ISSUE
RCSS, Volume 33, Numéro 1  (2016)

Articles

POINTS DE VUE DE PROFESSIONNELS INTERVENANT AUPRÈS DES CONJOINTS AYANT DES COMPORTEMENTS VIOLENTS AU SUJET DE LA CONCOMITANCE DE VIOLENCE CONJUGALE ET DE TROUBLES MENTAUX
Louis-François Dallaire et Normand Brodeur

SOCIAL WORK CURRICULUM REVIEW CASE STUDY
Service Users Tell Us What Makes Effective Social Workers
Elizabeth C. Watters, Cheryl-Anne Cait and Funke Oba

ENTRE THÉORIE DE LA PAIX ET CONTINUUM DE LA VIOLENCE
Réflexion autour du concept de la violence structurelle
Catherine Flynn, Dominique Damant, Jeanne Bernard et Geneviève Lessard

MIGRANT SOCIAL WORKERS, FOREIGN CREDENTIAL RECOGNITION
AND SECURING EMPLOYMENT IN CANADA
A Qualitative Analysis of Pre-employment Experiences
Amy E. Fulton, Annie Pullen-Sansfaçon, Marion Brown, Stephanie Éthier
and John R. Graham

LE JUMELAGE D’UN SUIVI DE GROUPE À UN SUIVI INDIVIDUALISÉ AXÉ SUR LES FORCES AUPRÈS DE PERSONNES QUI ENTENDENT DES VOIX
Une étude exploratoire
Stéphanie Breault-Ruel et Myreille St-Onge

Forum
NEO-LIBERAL AGENDA AND NEW MANAGERIALISM’S IMPACT
ON SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION
Introduction
Judy MacDonald and Kendra Nixon

LA FORMATION UNIVERSITAIRE EN TRAVAIL SOCIAL À L’ÉPREUVE
DU NÉO-LIBÉRALISME ET DE LA NOUVELLE GESTION PUBLIQUE
Introduction
Judy MacDonald et Kendra Nixon

THE CONSTRAINS OF NEO-LIBERAL NEW MANAGERIALISM IN SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION
Catrina Brown

COMPETENCIES
A unifying thread for education, practice and public protection
Jackie Stokes

INDIGENIZING HIGHER EDUCATION AND THE CALLS TO ACTION
Awakening to personal, political, and academic responsibilities
Shelly Johnson

STILL IN CRITICAL DEMAND?
Nico Trocmé

LE TEMPS À PENSER
Ysabel Provencher

Book Review / Recension de publication
Social Work Artfully, Beyond Borders and Boundaries
Christina Sinding and Hazel Barnes – Editors
Ken Moffatt

Recent issues of the CSWR can be accessed online via Érudit and ProQuest. Past issues of the journal up to 2012 are available through JStor.